The £1K Challenge

What would you do with £1k today to make research communication better, anticipating the increasing scale of people and machines?

Voting ended February 26, 2015


Title Submitter name(s)
Free ETDs: arming David to take on ProQuest Goliath Gail Clement
Hackathon to make an Electronic Lab Notebook for Materials Science Anita de Waard
Science Toolbox (software is a primary research output) Jure Triglav
What's the diff? EuropePMC author manuscripts versus the publisher version of record Ross Mounce
Call for Linked Research Sarven Capadisli
Re Do From Start - what would research communication look like after a clean start? Sarah Callaghan
FigCart: Incentivizing Figure Annotations Erick Scott & Andrew Su
Meta Makes My Machine Marvellous (5M) Martin Fenner, Ian Mulvany
Science Bots Tobias Kuhn
Creating a data visualization of #OpenAccess resources out there Clement Levallois
Grad students should annotate their reagents! Anita Bandrowski
Working towards a 力11中国 (Force11China) chapter Jeroen Bosman
Collectively Changing our Scholarly Communications Ecosystem Katherine Skinner
How do innovations in scholarly communication change research workflows in practice? Bianca Kramer
Crowdreviewing: the sharing economy at its finest Werner Liebregts
scientific articles are too expensive to publish and to read Guus Gijben, Vera Verberne
Allowing and facilitating information access in Algeria Samir Hachani
Democratise Access to Law Through a Crowdsourcing Information Platform Arul George Scaria
Representing and communicating science as it is Prashant Gupta
Beyond digital: can multimedia-based research enable more interactive communication of findings in an installation? Caio Werneck
Scaling Scalar Javier Guillot
Future Commons Robin Champieux, Daniel Paul O'Donnell
Using twitter for submitting work progress and achievements Julius Afzali